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Red Sign Estate Sales & Appaisals, LLC - Appraisals and Estate Liquidations with a Personal Touch
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Red Sign Estate Sales and Appraisals, LLC is focused on providing high-quality Estate Sale Liquidation and Personal Property Appraisal services resulting in customer satisfaction. We are dedicated to doing everything we can to meet your expectations and special circumstances. With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us. Look around our website and please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Shirley is a candicate member of the American Society of Appraisers, Licensed, Bonded, Insured and registered with states of Oregon and Washington!
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Contact us for a free consultation:
503-762-1272 office, 503-349-2013 cell
         See photos below of items sold at prior sales:
2013 - Joined American Society of Appraisers
2013 - Passed ASA Ethics Exam
2013 - Attended ASA International Appraisers Conference in San Antonio, Texas
2013 - Completed & Passed Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice coursework and exams (USPAP)
2014  Approved for ASA Educational Foundation Grant
2014  Attended ASA Personal Property Summer Boot Camp in New York and passed all four courses/exams
2014  Registered as LLC
2014 Attended ASA International Appraisers Conference in Savannah, GA
2015 Completed Introduction to Archives course
2015 Second Annual OHS What's It Worth?
2015 Completed ASA Advanced Appraisal Report Writing Course
2015 ASA International Conference in Las Vegas, NV
2015 Completed ASA Native American artifacts Course
2016 ASA 2016-2017 USPAP Important Changes
2016 ASA Personal Property Conference Vancouver, BC, panel speaker
2016 ASA 19th Century Costumes and Jewelry course
2016 ASA Watches - Luxury or Lie course
2016 ASA 7 hour USPAP Updates course
2016 Third Annual OHS What's It Worth?
2017 ASA Heritage Auctions course

Currently performing Personal Property Appraisals and private liquidation consignment sales


Past Events:
http://ohs.org/education/whats-it-worth.cfm

What's It Worth?  2014, 2015, 2016 At the Oregon Historical Society Cost: Regular OHS admission, plus $10 per estimate Maximum 5 items per person
Ever wondered if you had a hidden treasure buried in your closet? The Oregon Historical Society is excited to announce its first "What's It Worth?" event, where local specialists will provide Antiques Roadshow-style evaluations of your collectibles.
Items that can be evaluated include:
  • American Indian art & artifacts
  • Autographs
  • Coins
  • Comic books & rare books
  • Fine art
  • Jewelry
  • Political buttons
  • Pottery
  • Toys
  • Vintage & antique clothing


Prior Sales:

2016 Private and public sales
2015 Private and public sales
2014 Private and public sales
April 2014  Longview, WA
1999 Chevy LS 1500 2WD Silverado pickup,
Vintage & Collectible:
Stained glass hanging panels, English tins, Arts & Crafts framed original paintings, original Maxfield Parrish print in vintage frame, vintage art/prints, shaving mirrors & mugs, convex reverse painted art, Byer’s Caroler dolls, Erzgebirge nutcrackers, Steinbach dolls, Skookum Native American dolls, Red Wing crocks, Royal Doulton figures, cameras, vintage Christmas, painted wooden collectibles, postcards, LP’s, Nippon, Noritake and Royal Austria china, Roseville 
Jewelry: Good selection of better jewelry, vintage including Eisenberg, Coro, good costume, watches and costume “grab bags”.
Clocks: 
Keininger 1880 grandfather, Unghaus Wurtenberg wall clock, Waterbury mantel, Seth Thomas mantel, Plymouth, New Haven, Fattornini & Sons, Sessions, 2 Cuckoo’s, 18 clocks total
Tools:   Vintage tools, miscellaneous hand tools and repair supplies, and lots of miscellaneous
Furniture: Oaks, occasional tables, Flex-Steel hide-a-bed, camphorBoy power lift chair, mahogany Winthrop desk, table lamps, hanging lamps, Queen Beautyrest bed
Appliances: Fisher & Paykel top load washer/dryer, Whirlpool ref/freezer, HP computer, Magnavox 15" flat panel TV, Toshiba notepad, Kindle, iPhones, Bose Sound Dock w/iPod Nano
2013 Private and public sales
Feb, 2013 Lovely Cooper Mt. Beaverton home full of furniture (Thomasville, Stanley, Schafer Brothers, Flexsteel), Sligh grandfather clock, better artwork (Keating, Mahler, Ravenna, Tarpen, Linderman, Polouknine, Weskin Wood, Davis, Wahlert, Perry), electronics, sewing, BOOKS, better women's clothing, small appliances, hand and garden tools, Royal Crown Derby china, Honda Harmony 13hp riding mower and LOTS of miscellaneous!

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2012 Private and public sales
Dec, Private Consignments  Reed College Home  Lots of better quality furniture.
SW Ptld (Hillsdale) Mid Century home
Furniture, Thomasville, ref/freezer, range, washer/dryer, books, music, military, USO, Challenge Coins, nautical, fishing, knives, comic books, vintage clothing, china, costume jewelry. LOTS of fun collectibles!
Oct  Lake Oswego Mid Century home with million dollar view.
Come for the view, leave with a treasure! Furniture, collectibles, tools, comic books, area rugs, 78's lots of miscellaneous.
Sept SE Portland ** Collector's Scavenger Hunt!
Owner had a good eye for collectibles! House full of furniture, vintage clothing/hats/handbags, better clothing and running shoes, records, artwork, garden pots/art, fun collectibles, lamps, books, costume jewelry, mannequins, tools and eclectic funk and miscellaneous.
Aug  North Portland, Two levels and double garage full of tools, collectibles, furniture AND personal property from the Sam Wheeler Estate.
June Garden Home, SW Portland  Fun Atomic  home in lovely Garden Home Neighborhood!  You'll find atomic/mid-century furnishings & decorative, collectibles, furniture, lamps, books, fishing rods/reel/flies, glassware, china, jewelry, signed original & LE artwork, prints and tons of miscellaneous.
May SE Portland Lovely 3rd generation well known Portland Amato family home! Estate packed with collectibles, furniture, lamps, rugs, Auto piano, books, glassware, china, jewelry, signed original & LE artwork, prints, frames & framing materials, better clothing, shoes, hats & handbags, vintage appliances and tons of miscellaneous. Plan on spending hours shopping!
March SE Portland, Exciting collections of Dick Pawlack, long time Cascade Blues Association Member, jewelry maker and glass blower.
Feb Fisher's Landing, WA Come to the “Couve” and shop for Valentine’s Day! Easy drive across the river for better furniture, jewelry, collectibles and tools!
Jan SW Portland, 3600sf estate of local architect, Gordon Trapp. Come see an architect’s creation and shop their intriguing collection of mid-century furniture, treasures
and collectibles!

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